More details are shaping up about Gables Station, a mixed-use development between US1 and Miami’s Metrorail in Coral Gables. The South Florida Business Journal reports that health and wellness club Life Time is slated to open its first Miami-Dade County location at Gable Station, which is from developer NP International.
Construction for the project is kicking off soon. “We plan to break ground before the end of the first quarter and construction is estimated to take 30 months,” NP International’s Brent Reynolds told the Business Journal.
Reynolds is also reportedly courting grocery stores for the project, which is designed by Gensler. The development will include 125,000 square feet of retail, a 66-room hotel, and 434 apartments. There will also be a public park at Gables Station, curiously dubbed an “urban living room.” That, combined with proximity to The Underline linear park and urban trail will make green space a priority at this upcoming development.
- Gables Station [Official Site]
- Mixed-use project on US 1 in Coral Gables signs big lease [SFBJ]
- James Corner Field Ops. reveals plans for the Underline [Curbed Miami]